A Pile Of Rock Live is a live album by Dave Edmunds and the Refreshments.
It was recorded at the Central Café in Gavle, Sweden in October 1997.
This is promoted with two different covers. The CD has…
while the mp3 download has…
Songs On Dave Edmunds A Pile Of Rock Live
1. King Of Love
2. Standing At The Crossroads
3. Ju-Ju Man
4. Stop Messin’ Around
5. Queen Of Hearts
6. I Hear You Knocking
7. I Knew The Bride
8. Lady Madonna
9. The Wanderer
10. Here Comes The Weekend
11. Sabre Dance
12. I’m Ready
13. Crawling From The Wreckage
14. Sweet Little Rock’N’Roller
15. Let It Rock
Playing on the album according to discogs are:
Dave Edmunds – vocals, guitar
Billy Bremner – guitar
Geraint Watkins – keyboards
Mikael Finell – saxophone, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Joakim Arnell – bass, backing vocals
Niklas Aspholm – drums
This is an excellent performance with a good clear sound.
While it doesn’t have all the Dave Edmunds hits that I’d really like, I’m please to see that it has Sabre Dance which Edmunds first performed with Love Sculpture. For example, it’s strange that Girls Talk isn’t on the album.
In my opinion, this is the best of the Dave Edmonds live albums
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